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the following information would be useful to us: The Operating System you are using: The type of Internet connection you use: The URL: The full URL to your site (if applicable) What are you clicking on (for example, a button or a link) Please note: You can ignore this email but there is a chance that your comments will not be published. So it's best to add it even if you don't want to comment. Relevant information is placed at the end of the comment, so it may not always show up.UK: Minister for Disabled People The Hon. Sarah Teather Hon. Secretary, Ministry of Justice Parliamentary Under Secretary of State Disabled People St. Stephens House, Houses of Parliament, London, SW1P 3BY The Parliamentary Under-Secretary of State for Disabled People and the Minister for Disabled People, the Rt. Hon. Sarah Teather, announced the decision in Parliament on 12 July 2012 to reverse the long-standing policy of courts not ordering the registration of letters rogatory. The Minister for Disabled People made the decision on the recommendation of her Private Secretary following a decision by the Director of the Immigration Service to reject the application for registration of letters rogatory in respect of asylum seekers from Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone. Asylum seekers with particular protection claims (which include those from Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone) were previously not able to apply for a Court to order the registration of letters rogatory. The Minister for Disabled People and the Minister for Communities and Local Government, the Rt. Hon. Eric Pickles, welcomed the decision to reverse this longstanding policy. “We have taken this decision as a result of the rise in asylum applications from countries like Ghana, Nigeria and Sierra Leone, which have been proven to be places where people can be subject to gross violations of their human rights”, said the Minister. “Under the Immigration Act 1971, the power to order the registration of letters rogatory was not given to the courts, but was reserved for the Director of the Immigration Service. This restriction has not only hindered asylum seekers’ access to justice in the UK but also meant that the provision of effective legal advice for asylum seekers could not be properly implemented”. “The courts have been able to give proper consideration to the evidence provided by the asylum seekers ac619d1d87


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